Dr Isobel Hubbard is an academic researcher, occupational therapist, company director and online learning consultant. Having convened postgraduate education in the School of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Newcastle for many years, she now supports other academics in their teaching and learning activities.
Isobel has published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at national and international conferences. She has investigated associations between upper limb recovery, task-specific training and changes in brain activation early after stroke; stroke survival and morbidity in older Australian women and return-to-driving after stroke. Isobel represents Occupational Therapy Australia on the Australian Stroke Coalition.
Attend Isobel’s presentation:
From Knowing to Doing: Why Is This So Difficult?